The Regent Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the snow. We carried on through Bowness and down past Windermere, somewhere we traditionally avoid like the plague. Lots of musings about what it would be like in summer, possible camping trip on the horizon? The Aquarium is right at the southern tip of Windermere, very pretty and much quieter than the bustle of Bowness. Took us a bit of time to find it but did in the end, tucked into the lakeside. ...
... Decided to head off to Rheged, the touristy hole in the side of the hill we discovered last year. They had the Owls again, and both had a go at holding them! They were both ace, their little faces were fab as the concentrated on not dropping their arms! Had a wander round the shopping bit looking at all the gorgeously expensive knick knacks, and then had an hour or so in the play centre at the top.. Benji enjoyed himself, but bella ...
... supplies. Had a very tasty steak, chips and peppercorn sauce for tea, even if it was a bit of a pain in the **** to get the cooker/ hob working effectively, induction hob, electric oven, didn't want to work! Was gorgeous though in the end, really nice steaks medium rare, full of favour. I really couldn't be a veggie!!!! Early night again to catch up on Bella missed sleep, not so good today though. grumpy Bella, grumpy ...
... make do with a print out which is no better than what we can get online but hey ho. Lots of things going on, and there's the soft play so I think we will be making use of it if the weather is as bad as the forecast is predicting.
Set off to find the pub by Buttermere that we discovered when we were here three years ago when Benji was a baby. We found it on our travels and sat outside on a lovely sunny day ( bit of a contrast!) and Benji made hilarious noises whilst ...
We have arrived at our little lodge for the week! Had a good run up the M6, took us about two and half hours after eventually leaving at least two hours behind schedule. Nana and grandad arrived shortly after too. Really nice to come back the lodge after 3 years away, our entry is still in the guest book! Had a ...